Beit Rose Hotel
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Really a very extraordanary building is Khan Assad-Pacha, situated along Suq al-Buzuriyyah.This old khan (caravanserai) was built between 1751 and 1752 by the city governor As'ad Pasha al-Azem. It is one the most prominent khans of the old city, and covers an area of 2500 square meters. Caravanserai (or khans) are buildings specially built to shelter men, goodfs and animals along the ancient caravan route, in particular along the former silk roads.
The khan ...
Had breakfast at the posh hotel with two saudi guys. Left at 10:30 and headed for tartus. On the way i stopped at al Hosn castle. One of the most preserved castles i've seen. Spend an hour there and continued to tartus. Arrived at 1:30 and my boat leaves at 6. Check in supposed to be 4. Stopped 4 petrol and a taxi driver came up and showed me a picture of a fire blade he used to have before ...
... shape and the whole place seemed to be fairly grotty. Five minutes later we were dropped off outside our hotel.
Wasting no time in hitting the streets, we headed towards the Old Town, the home of souqs, mosques and abundant ancient sites. Along the way we passed the magnificent train station, complete with an old stream train at its entrance, and suddenly things began to look much better in Damascus. The smell of cooking filled the air as people breaking the fast of Ramadan ...
... she stood out very much. She started talking to us in fluent English and we found out that she is Lebanese. (Lebanese women seem to be more liberal…) She asked us whether we are going to Lebanon as well and we said maybe, then she offered us a help to book a cheap hotel etc. We asked how much the hotel is and she said 'very cheap, only $50'. So we said that's too expensive because we are budget backpackers so we ...
... dad to buying us lots of food and ice cream. mmmm. Louis had a hand basket that he pulled around on wheels and I took lots of picks of weird foreign food marketing. Photos to come.
Came home, ate dinner of corn pasta, italian brie and okanagan wine, followed by a game of scrabble and cooked down fruits and ice cream for desert. A great day with the family in Damascus. And, once again, I'm full. ...